Coming home

Helping you and your soldier through this transition.

By BATYA L. LUDMAN
August 7, 2014 15:25
Max Steinberg

Soldiers comfort each other at the funeral for Max Steinberg, the American lone soldier killed in one of the first days of Operation Protective Edge.. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)

 
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I think I speak for the nation as we prepare to welcome home our soldiers, our beloved heroes.

They are our sons and daughters, brothers, husbands and fathers. Gone for far too long and exposed to far more than they should have been at this tender age, they will be forever changed, as we all will.

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